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A Theology of Jackie Gleason

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11.28 Jackie Gleason was not a Christian as far as I know. In fact, his reputation for sin may or may not been … Continue reading

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Recents Books and What I am Reading Now

I just finished the following: I might still opt for With Malice Towards None, but this outstanding biography takes the reader into the moral and religious background of this American giant. The book has a decidedly more scholarly feel to … Continue reading

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Neil Young and Celtic Woman

I just got two new CDs that are simply outstanding. The first is Neil Young Live at Massey Hall (2007). If you have never been to a concert in the early 1970s this is how it was, only better. Young … Continue reading

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